Friday, 26 April 2013

A Stitch in Time

Hello everyone and thank you for visiting. A short and sweet post....
Today it is my turn to share a project over at The Artistic Stamper
A book cover using the new stamp sets by Katie Fox editor of the Craft Stamper.

If you want to see the full project and how I made it, just click HERE

And for those of you who are interested, tomorrow there will be a new freebie.

19 comments:

  1. Ohhhh myyyy..... this is so beautiful!!! Off to see more details. The texture is beautiful... as is the stamping and how you completed this.... love it Astrid.

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  2. Wonderful design and colours !
    Love it all!

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  3. This is quite the book love the texture on the background, all those added elements stamps just fabulous,love the book and how you added the vintage lace to the bobbin brilliant,thanks for sharing and hope you have a wonderful weekend..

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  4. Fabulous cover Astrid! Would love to see al the pages when it's finished. Hugs,
    ~Deb~
    CDAC DT Member
    A Look Through My Eyes

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  5. A really beautiful make ! Looks gorgeous full of vintage yumminess and you eye for design! Trace x hugs x

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  6. This is wonderful with so many inspiring ideas on it.

    Chrissie x

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  7. Wow! A stunner Astrid. A fabulous textured background and the embellishing is gorgeous.
    Hugs, Fliss xx

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  8. Hello Astrid, this is very,very beautiful, I love it!

    Hugs and have a nice weekend,
    Ellen

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  9. Really lovely ... great textures and love the stamping

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  10. Absolut stunning work again Astrid. I love the texture and the wonderful colors, you´ve added to this here. Just perfect work as always hun.
    Have a great week-end.

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  11. Good to see you back Astrid and have loved seeing pictures of your beautiful grand-daughter on Facebook, you must have loathed leaving them all.
    Again another stunning creation. Hugs Annette x

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  12. So beautiful Astrid. Just going over to view the how to... Hugs Rita xx

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  13. Wow Astrid ,what a cover - love it, a wonderful way of using the corrugated cardboard looks so fantastic with the way you coloured it!! Also love the spool with lace and flowers, and the wonderful stamps- really amazing cover...
    Going to have guests,so no time for visiting T.A.S. now ,have to wait till tomorrow :-)
    Wish you a lovely weekend dear friend.
    Hugs and xx
    Dorthe

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  14. Just seen this over at AS, and it's sooo lovely!
    Alison x

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  15. Wonderful project, love the vintage look.

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  16. I so love your albums Astrid..they are so detailed with lots of texture. Stunning work...just off to see more.

    Have a fabulous weekend....hope you are settling back in to the time zone

    Annie x

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  17. Wow! Your new works are just great and magical. Made with much love and care. Great compliment!
    Have a nice weekend, dear Astrid.

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  18. Your stitch in time is PPP (pure picture poetry), dear Astrid!

    Love the corrugated card combined with all the lovely ephemera and the tiny flowers that add a lot of delicacy to the project!!!

    Beautiful stamping and composition!!!!

    Hugs,
    Claudia xxxx

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